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Stabat Mater (Hob.XXbis) (Urtext) (L).

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The new scholarly critical edition of Joseph Haydn's Stabat Mater (1767) is published in Henle's complete edition of Haydn's works. This edition is the first to come as close as possible to the lost original and has been compiled using all currently available sources. The score has been fully amended. In its original orchestration for two oboes or English horn, strings and organ.

At a later performance of this work, probably in 1803, Haydn attempted to accommodate the intervening changes in musical taste. According to the composer's request and under his supervision, Sigismund Neukomm enlarged the wind orchestration by adding a flute, two clarinets, two bassoons, two French horns, trumpets and timpani. Haydn's Stabat Mater in both its original scoring as well as Neukomm's scoring.

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Stabat Mater (Hob.XXbis) (Urtext) (L).
  • Composer/Author: Haydn, Franz Joseph
  • Instrumentation: Choral
  • Format: Full Score - Paperback
  • Contents:


    Haydn, Joseph - Stabat Mater Hob. XX bis

    Oratorio (funeral music), versions from 1767 and 1803

    Stabat mater dolorosa

    O quam tristis et afflicta

    Quis es homo qui non fleret

    Quis non posset contristari

    Pro peccatis suae gentis

    Vidit suum dulcem natum

    Eja mater, fons amoris

    Sancta mater, istud agas

    Fac me vere tecum flere

    Virgo virginum praeclara

    Flammis orci ne succendar

    Fac me cruce custodiri

    Quando corpus morietur

    Paradisi gloria

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